President Uhuru' Kenyatta has slammed old men who are preying on young school going girls. Speaking during the World's AIDS day celebrations in Nakuru where he was also inaugurating Nakuru town to be a city, Uhuru said that it is a big shame to see old men luring young his into making love. He advised those who want to engage in love matters to look for their age mates of they are tired of their wives.
"Ni aibu, Aibu Sana,mwanaume mzima kudanganya watoto wadogo na kuwaambukiza magonjwa. Kama Umechoka na Mke wako tafuta mtu wa rika yako si watoto wetu", said the president as he addressed the public. He added that when this men get intimate with you girls, they not only waste the girl's.kife but also their future.
The president noted that it is important for everyone to be responsible to avoid the spread of the killer disease. The president made this remarks at a time when those infected with the virus are complaining of drug shortages in the country. World's AIDS day is commemorated on 2st December every year.
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